You can vote online for it on the Current Archaeology website.
Mark's Roman Nottinghamshire blog is also worth a look.
|Refreshment Room staff at Retford GNR station, c.1910. Photo courtesy of Bassetlaw Museum/Amberley Publishing.|
|Maid Marian Way in 1968 (photo: Ben Houfton)|
|The Red Drawing Room in 1906.|
"As is well known, the epicentre(s) of Luddism was not in Nottingham itself but in the surrounding villages. Many of these villages were still essentially rural communities. The Luddism of the villages was part of a repertoire of protest acts (arson, poaching, even robbery and attacks on rural property), the origins of which were to be found in the traditions and customs of the English rural community. The Luddites were not semi-professional criminals divorced from their wider community. Rather, Luddite cells grow organically from kinship, neighbourhood and trade connections. The talk will also challenge the view that Luddism in Nottinghamshire was constitutional and moderate."
|Moorgreen Reservoir, near Eastwood|